Years from now, we’ll all look back and remember where we were the night the Ed O’Bannon decision came down. Or at least I will.That’s because I was at Notre Dame, minutes away from conducting my first-ever television interview (a sit-down with Brian Kelly that will run later this month on Fox Sports Live) when that monumental 99-page decision went public. It was the culmination of a news story I’ve been covering closely for some time … and now, at the worst possible time, I had another obligation.But rest assured, I did wind up reading it later that night and again over the weekend – primarily so that you don’t have to. (To submit Mailbag questions, email [email protected]) I’m sure you’ll get a ton of questions about the O’Bannon/NCAA ruling but I’m curious about the specifics of the eventual payments to players. Does this ruling apply to all athletes or only football and basketball players? Are athletes only eligible for a payment if they actually play in a televised game? Do the payments differ between scholarship players and walk-ons? Are these payments going to be equal among players or would the QB make more money than a lineman because the… Read full this story
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